Lisa Gardner, the New York Times bestselling author, draws us into the venomous mind games of her most terrifying killer yet. Come into my parlor . . . For Kimberly Quincy, FBI Special Agent, it all starts with a pregnant hooker. The story Delilah Rose tells Kimberly about her johns is too horrifying to be true-but prostitutes are disappearing, one by one, with no explanation, and no one but Kimberly seems to care. Said the spider to the fly . . . As a member of the Evidence Response Team, dead hookers aren't exactly Kimberly's specialty. The young agent is five months pregnant-she has other things to worry about than an alleged lunatic who uses spiders to do his dirty work. But Kimberly's own mother and sister were victims of a serial killer. And now, without any bodies and with precious few clues, it's all too clear that a serial killer has found the key to the perfect murder . . . or Kimberly is chasing a crime that never happened. Kimberly's caught in a web more lethal than any spider's, and the more she fights for answers, the more tightly she's trapped. What she doesn't know is that she's close-too close-to a psychopath who makes women' s nightmares come alive, and if he has his twisted way, it won't be long before it' s time for Kimberly to . . .
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by Lisa Gardner
by Lisa Jackson
by Lisa Black
by Lisa Scottoline
by Gordon Reece
by DiAnn Mills
by Machado De Assis
"In a world in which scores of authors are trying to scare your socks off--and rarely succeeding even when they entertain--this is a rarity: a truly disturbing thriller. Genre: serial killer. Subgenre: with creepy fetish. Our man here is obsessed with spiders, and that's one of his more human qualities. Narrator Ann Marie Lee is exceptional in creating the voices on the normal side of the ledger, of terrified victims--of no-nonsense nonagenarian Rita; of our heroine, tough FBI agent Kimberly Quincy. Lee uses accents expertly and plays a range from courage to agony as if feelings were harp strings. Lincoln Hoppe is equally effective handling the voices of the victims and the creeps, though it's a less palatable task. Strongly recommended, but listen in daylight. B.G. Winner of AudioFile Earphones Award (c) AudioFile 2008, Portland, Maine"
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